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The latest curated art & cultural events from around Hong Kong

Empty Gallery, Tin Wan

Why We Recommend it

Murata’s deep engagement with the American cultural subconscious comes to the fore in this exhibit that is inspired by experimental cinema.
Simon Lee Gallery, Central

Why We Recommend it

This exhibit explores the friendship of three women who use diverging storytelling strategies but share common ground in their bid to interrogate feminist and vegetal themes. 
Hong Kong Arts Centre , Wanchai

Why We Recommend it

Bringing together the latest award-winning commercials, this event offers a window into diverging adverts and aesthetics worldwide.
University Museum and Art Gallery, Pokfulam

Why We Recommend it

The exhibit displays four Chinoise tapestries of Emperor Qianlong which were commissioned by King Louis XV and which demonstrate deep connections between the French and Chinese courts.
Galerie du Monde, Central

Why We Recommend it

As the first solo exhibition of the artist’s work since he passed away in 2012, Galerie du Monde showcases Hu’s abstract landscape paintings. 
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin

Why We Recommend it

Featuring a fine selection of ceramics dating from the Neolithic to late-Qing period, the Art Museum hopes to facilitate engagement through objects that tell the story of China’s cultural development.
Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Tsa Tsui

Why We Recommend it

A poignant and powerful modern adaptation of the classic tale that celebrates female empowerment.
Hong Kong City Hall, Central

Why We Recommend it

Tokyo-born artist Nicolas Buffe creates an enchanting, playful and romantic vision of Hong Kong
Art Statements, Wong Chuk Hang

Why We Recommend it

This exhibition juxtaposes rare antique Chinese Buddhist stone sculptures with the ultramodern paintings by iconic Japanese artist, Yoshitaka Amano.

Why We Recommend it

From Van Gogh to Renoir, famous French artists who lived fascinating lives that make for captivating cinema.
Hong Kong City Hall, Central

Why We Recommend it

From live jazz and rising star quartets to philharmonic orchestras, Le French May showcases leading talents in the music world.
Hanart TZ Gallery, Central

Why We Recommend it

Zheng Li ‘s works push the boundaries of ink art in ways that help pave a new path for China’s long and philosophically-rich tradition.
Gallery Exit, Aberdeen

Why We Recommend it

Kong Chun Hei’s cool aesthetic draws in viewers forced to examine perceived realties in a multimedia series of works that zero in on the stresses of urbanised life.
Hong Kong Academy, Sai Kung

Why We Recommend it

Serene Sai Kung plays host to a monthly Sunday market that unites small farmers and artists, providing a great getaway from the city.
Various, Hong Kong

Why We Recommend it

A highlight of the Hong Kong festival calendar, Tuen Ng promises excitement, colour and adrenaline-boosting competition.
Drama Theatre, the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts, Wanchai

Why We Recommend it

A family-friendly, timeless classic gets a stage adaptation that brings to life a beloved story .
Para-Site, Quarry Bay

Why We Recommend it

A kaleidoscopic exhibit interrogates the stories of Asia through the lens of several contemporary artists.
Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui

Why We Recommend it

Iconic Hong Kong film A Chinese Ghost Story undergoes a curious interpretive dance adaptation that breathes new life into an old story of enduring love.
University Museum and Art Gallery, Pokfulam

Why We Recommend it

Austrian artist Robert Lettner explores the philosophy behind Chinese landscape painting, producing works that combine Eastern and Western aesthetics and ideas.  
Over The Influence, Central

Why We Recommend it

Araki’s photographic vision that often blends the surreal with the erotic has garnered following worldwide, and this exhibit offers a window in the way he observes the everyday.
Blue Lotus Gallery, Chai Wan

Why We Recommend it

Offering disorientating perspectives of Hong Kong, two photographers show the vivacity and hybridity of the city in a new light.
Whitestone Gallery, Wong Chuk Hang

Why We Recommend it

The globetrotting Japanese artist Go Yayanagi enjoys his first solo exhibit in Hong Kong, where 20 works dating from the 1970s to the present day will be on show.
Alisan Fine Arts, Central

Why We Recommend it

Acclaimed Chinese diaspora artist Walasse Ting’s unforgettably vibrant works are showcased at the gallery that first promoted the artist in the Hong Kong market.
10 Chancery lane Gallery, Central

Why We Recommend it

This exhibition invites viewers into the world of Wang Keping’s Birds, Harmony of the Forest and to understand their elegance, eroticism and humour.
Sotheby's Hong Kong Gallery, Admiralty

Why We Recommend it

This comprehensive retrospective of the works of iconic street photographer Ho Fan depicts old Hong Kong through an elegiac lens.  
Lehmann Maupin, Central

Why We Recommend it

Internationally recognised Kenya artist Mutu uses organic matter to explore man’s relationship with nature.
Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Admiralty

Why We Recommend it

This exhibit addresses concerns and stresses specific to Hong Kong life, showcasing noted local artists.
Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Sha Tin

Why We Recommend it

This is a thoughtfully-curated selection of beautiful relics from the world’s largest museum.
Various, Hong Kong

Why We Recommend it

Presenting a varied programme that incorporates art, photography, contemporary dance, and classical music, the longstanding cultural festival caters to diverse tastes.
City University Exhibition Gallery,

Why We Recommend it

The exhibition celebrates Paris’ urban panorama with a focus on artistic renderings of the roofs of the city that has inspired creatives for centuries. 
F11 Foto Museum, Happy Valley

Why We Recommend it

Jacques Henri Lartigue’s iconic photographs of the Belle Epoche celebrate life and demonstrate his keen eye for beauty.  
White Cube Hong Kong, Central

Why We Recommend it

British artist Rachel Kneebone’ s intricate ceramic sculptures invite spectators to think about the boundaries of the body.
Chi Art Space, Central

Why We Recommend it

Artist Cheng Ting Ting depicts the lives of children in Hong Kong through her distinctive colour palette and style.
Chi Lin Nunnery, Diamond Hill

Why We Recommend it

Gao Feng and his disciples’ elegant works draw from both ancient wisdoms as modern influences and techniques.
Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Central

Why We Recommend it

Inspired by the swashbuckling story of Hong Kong’s own pirate legend, Cheung Po Tsai, this exhibit is a rare survey of the colliding worlds of maritime crime and trade.  
Liang Yi Museum, Sheung Wan

Why We Recommend it

Liang Yi  explores the themes of loss, absence, and return in the process of building a collection of antique Chinese furniture as inspired by three movements from Beethoven’s Les Adieux and the history of the museum.  
Hong Kong Fringe Club, Central

Why We Recommend it

Serving gourmet delicacies at the Fringe Vault, a selection of handmade tableware is presented in seasonal themes by contemporary Japanese ceramists.
University Museum and Art Gallery, Sai Wan

Why We Recommend it

This exhibit offers a curious window into the religious iconography of the Church of the East, showcasing ancient Nestorian crosses ( 12th-13th centuries) found in north-west China.

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